CHEM 3739 - Physical Chemistry 1 Exam I (Leskiw)

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Unformatted text preview: Week # 1 10 11 12 13 14 15 Date AUG 25 27 29 SEPT l 10 12 15 17 19 22 24 26 29 OCT 1 r—OOQ 13 15 17 20 22 24 27 29 30 31 NOV 3 10 12 14 17 19 21 24 26 28 DEC 1 DEC 10 “a: “325 “‘23 “122 “£3 “SE S "‘23 “123 “£3 “£3 “33 “:23 "‘23 “£3 “£3 Chapter 1 l 1 * i- *- hUJU-J WNN MN * * :I: LII-1343 Ah '--.J--..l'--.J O\O\O\ *1"? 19 19 19 19 *Ihk 20 20 20 20 *lkli‘ 20 20 20 8:00 — 10:00 am. TENTATIVE LECTURE SCHEDULE Topics Suggested Problems Introduction, Temperature 1.12, 16,17,223? Equations of State, Gas Laws Vina] / van der Waals Equation of state No Class Reversible 1' Irreversible work State Functions 2.6,8,14,15,16,17,23,24,39,40 Cp, CV, Isothermal Expansion Adiabatic Expansion Enthalpy 3.4,6,12,14,15,16,19,31,32 Spontaneity, Entropy Carnot Cycle ASmiv, Entropy of mixing EXAM I: Chapters 1, 2, 3 Review I Spontaneity Spontaneity, Gibbs Energy 4.8,9,10,14,29,33,37,45,47 Maxwell Relations Chemical Potential van’t Hoff Equation 5.5,10,11,14,21,27,28 Equilibria in Single-Component Systems 6.6,10,14,15,19,30,38,39 Clapeyron Equation Clausius-Clapeyron, Phase Diagrams Gibbs Phase Rule, Binary Solutions 7.5,6,8,12,14,21,22,28,33,34 Pressure, Temperature, Composition Phase Diagrams Raoult’s Law, Azeotropes EXAM 11: Chapters 4, 5, 6, 7 Review / Electrochemical Potentials Solid/ Solid Solutions, Eutecties 8.1,5,6,9,11,12,14,18,25,33,35 Electrolytes, Redox Reactions Cell Potentials, Half-Rxns LAST DAY TO WITHDRAW WITH A "W" Nemst Equation, Ks], Mean Ionic Activity, Ionic Strength Debye—Huckel Theory Kinetic Theory of Gases 19.2,4,6,7,13,15,20,22,23,24,28,39 Maxwell Distribution, Speed Mean Free Path Diffusion, Gas Viscosity EXAM III: Chapters 7, 8, 19 Review I Introduction to Kinetics Integrated Rate Laws, Reaction Order 20.3,4,7,8,12,13,14,24,28,44,46,58 Elementary Steps, Consecutive Reactions Parallel Reactions No Class Arrhenius Equation Collision and Transition State Theory Collision and Transition State Theory FINAL EXAM (Comprehensive) Youngstown STATE UNIVERSITY Chemistry 3739 First Exam Fall, 2008 Dr. B.D. Leskiw I 6 ‘3 /8 3%133 )— 3) 5/20 4) 2 /20 5) o /12 R = 0.082058 L atm/K mol R = 8.314 J/K mol kb = 1.3807 x 10'23 UK 1 atm: 1.01325 bar 101.3 J:1Latm PERIODIC CHART OF THE ELEMENTS NEH. IA HA 1115 I178 VB v13 VIIB 11111 18 IIB mA WA VA VIA VIIA GASES 1 11 1.111119? 3_ 4 5 B 7 9 ‘9 '19 L1 Be 0 N o F 6 9.939 9.9122 19.91112.11214.999715.999419.999429.193 11 Na 22.9999 19 29 21 22_ 23 24 25 29 2? 29_ 29 39 31 I 33 34 :15 95 99.192 49.99 44.955 47.99 59.942 51.999 54.9399 55.947 59.9332 59.71 93.54 95.97 99.72 72.5 74.9219 79.99 79.999 93.99 31 39 39 49 41 42 43 44 45 46 41 49 49 59 52 53 54 99.47 97.92 99.995 91.22 92.999 95.94 [99] 191.97 192.995 199.4 197. 9 112.49 114.92 119.59 121.75 127.99 129.994 131.39 55 59 *5? 72 73 74 15 79 77 79 19 90 91 82 93_ : - 85 85 132.995 137.34 139.91 179.49 199.949 193.85 195.2 199.2 192.2 195.99 199.957 299. 294.37 297.19 299.999 [219] [222] a? 99 +99 104 195 199 191 u 199 119 111 112 [223] [229] [227] [29 I] [292] [29 [252] [265] [271] [272] [277] Numbers in puenthsis are miss -* Lanthanide Series Mimic weights corrected to numbers ormoilsnhle arms: 58 59 BI] 51 52 53 54 55 55 [5? 58 [59 7|] T1 C e conmmmmamfiawuesnnha 149.12 119.50? 144.24 [147] 1511.35 151.96 157.25 159.924 192. 1'] 154.939 1611.26 158.934 173.114 171.97 cummnnisnlope. Commission on Mamie. Weights. +Actimde Series 193 99 92 94 95 96 9? 98 1 99 Th %@ Pu Bk 999 U 232.038 233.03 [2‘12] [243] [2‘17] [241'] [249] [253) ‘me gwup designations used here :1: [he famerCheminal Abslmt Service numbers. [257] To receive full credit, show all work for each problem. U 1) Calculate the molar volume of N2 (g) at 500. K and 600. bar given that the second virial coefficient of N2 is 0.0169 L/mol. Compare your result with that obtained using the ideal gas equation. Under what temperature and pressure conditions would the compressibility factor be closest to one forareal gas? 8»; —, RT : “were :— CéOOtW ate/~16 [W “/ HR —‘ 9. C ,0 a R 2) 3.0 moles of a diatomic gas, initially at 250°C, isothermally expands from 0.500 L to 1.50 L. a) Calculate maximum work, q, AU. (1 u I" O b) Calculate ASH.“V ' expansion was against a constant pressure of 100 atm. ‘1 ‘3 and, j l, W o ‘3 “W l/ 3) 2.0 mole of helium gas, initially at 25°C and a volume of 25.0 L, is reversibly compressed to 5.0 L. Calculate t he va, AU, and AH if the process is carried out adiabatically. g - @ 7gofih(6,0Lj‘fi.%afm (330ij; 404/}: O R F,” ..................... N 4) Calculate Arano for the reaction: 2 NH3 (g) —> N2 {3) + 3 H; (g) at 398 K using the following data for 298 K. (Assume heat capacities are independent of temperature) 1/: RT AfH°(NH3(g)) =-46.11kJ/mo] p V‘ cp (NH3(g)) = 35.06 J/Kmol Cp (N2 (g)) = 29.13 J/Kmol Cp (Hz (a) = 28.82 J/Kmol Arm :3 A; (/JroJ “A; ,gread') T . etwlmgficmaafl-awake] 4H3 rip: [(24.13fl39g-2asfi 3C1 281) oat/MQKW/S S? j -e- - ussarcvo/NDWMW 5) a) The expansion coefficient of a gas, on, is defined as : leculate a fior an ideal gas in terms of T. 0L ‘ 517 (37“) j 06 ‘2. MTV AT : “(g/(l b) The isothermal compressibility of a gas, K, is defined as: Calculate K for an ideal gas in terms of P. kiwi—ma SIC-lg; > a lmU/ AP**W ‘—-.—...._.... —----——.__-......_._‘,, v 6) From the enthalpies of reaction “3 (2H2(g)+02(g)—>2H20( ) (AH=-483.6k])‘33 JD: (302 (g) —~> 2 03 (9% (AH = + 284.6 kl :3}: Calculate the heat of the following reaction: 3 H2 (5;) + 03 (g) —’ 3 H20 (1;) 11" M a . a» r ‘“ a (—98% mya m try/<59 ...
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